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Herpesviruses: endemic but not a plague

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The herpesvirus manifests itself in the form of many different clinical conditions in humans and animals. Humans infected with ‘herpes’ experience a social revulsion akin to the stigma that once attached itself to the bubonic plague, however this condition is caused by just one member of large family of viruses. The herpesvirus is not a modern day plague, but something quite different.

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